Compton Baby Killer Reward of $75,000 Expected – After the Compton City Council voted unanimously 5-0 to authorize a $25,000 reward for the arrest of the killer of 1 year Autumn Johnson it was revealed that the total Compton Baby Killer Reward is expected to rise to $75,000
The infant was killed when a gunman unloaded his weapon on a converted garage at 300 N Holly Avenue in Compton on February 9 around 7 p.m.
The shooter;s bullet struc k the baby in face as she innocently slept in her crib. Sheriff Deputies first on the scene rushed the baby to the hospital in their patrol unit in an unsuccessful attempt to save her life.
The killer’s capture is a top priority in the community. Compton Mayor Aja Brown announce the FBI and County Supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas expect to match the Compton Baby Killer Reward rising the total reward for the coward’s arrest and conviction to $75,000.
There is no justification for this horrendous tragedy,” Brown said. “There is no excuse that anyone can give for taking the life of a precious baby girl who had not even begun to realize her full potential in life.”
Witnesses told sheriff’s investigators that the attack was carried out by two males in a dark four-door sedan, with one of them opening fire into the converted garage, said Deputy Trina Schrader of the Sheriff’s Information Bureau.
The car was described as a newer model blue four-door Chevrolet Impala. Detectives believe the shooting was gang-related.
Sadly just 1 week after voting in support of this unanimous decision Compton Councilman Isaac Galvan’s 2 brothers were shot in front of his mother’s home in East L. A. one of the brothersl, Larry Galvan, was shot multiple time in the chest and died at the hospital. The other brother shot in the foot survived.
The Compton Baby Killer is suspected to be a gang member that walked up on the 2 brothers and fired upon them in a case of mistaken identity. Galvan has said his brothers are not gang members. The County Supervisors have issued a $10,000 reward for the arrest of the killer of Larry Galvan.